1. Oops

    Washington Post Falls for Sarah Palin Satire

    BELLEVILLE, MI, - JULY 14: Sarah Palin, former Governor of Alaska and 2008 Republican Vice Presidential candidate speaks at a "Patriots in the Park" Tea Party rally at the Wayne County Fairgrounds July 14, 2012 in Belleville, Michigan. The event was sponsored by Americans for Prosperity: Michigan and the Willow Run Tea Party Caucus. (photo by Bill Pugliano/Getty Images)

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    Poor Suzi Parker. The Washington Post writer regrettably fell for a headline on the Onion-style satirical blog, The Daily Currant, claiming that Sarah Palin is becoming a host on Al-Jazeera, and blogged about the news on the Post's "She the People" page. It comes as no surprise that the former Alaska governor (and frequent "lamestream media" critic) doesn't plan on letting Parker live this mistake down any time soon. Hours after Parker's post was published and subsequently corrected, Palin tweeted, "Hey @washingtonpost, I'm having coffee witih Elvis this week. He works at the Mocha Moose in Wasilla. #suzieparkerscoops #idiotmedia."

    Read it at Politico